IONA PORTAL IS A MUST READ

I haven’t been this blown away by a book since the Steig Larson trilogy.

Maybe it was because I don’t usually choose books in the fantasy/sci fi genre. Maybe my expectations were low, as they often are with self-published books (as pointed out in an earlier posting). Maybe I really wanted to be able to say something positive about an unknown writer’s work, since I’m in the same boat.

Or maybe it’s just an excellent read!

I was hooked from page one and found myself sneaking in an extra chapter when I should be getting back to work – and contemplating turning on my kindle and adjusting the print size to make it readable on my long drive home. (I didn’t.)

What I know was I was drawn to all of the characters as they were introduced. I mentioned before that it is not a genre that I normally would seek out, but the way the story unfolded made it all so believable! I actually forgot that it was fantasy.

You can purchase the book on Amazon. It’s the first of a series called The Synaxis Chronicles. I will look forward to the second book, Iona Stronghold. And check out Robert’s website. I’m certain we will be hearing more about him and his books.

About Dawn Lajeunesse

I, like so many others, am a novelist struggling for recognition. In Her Mother's Shoes was published in June 2013 - available through Amazon, B&N and iPad, e-book (only $2.99!) as well as paperback. Autumn Colors was my first. My third novel, Star Catching, was released in November, 2016 and has been very well-received! My writings are mostly women's fiction, most also suitable for YA. My website is www.dawnlajeunesse.com. Come visit me there!
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